BREAKING: Son Of Former NHL Legend Convicted of Serious Criminal Offences

Published February 9, 2024 at 1:51 PM

Noah Corson, son of NHL veteran Shayne Corson, has been convicted of serious criminal charges and faces a lengthy prison sentence.

In today's verdict, Noah Corson, formerly of the Drummondville Voltigeurs, was found guilty of a serious offense dating back to his time in the QMJHL.

"Former Drummondville Voltigeurs player Noah Corson was found guilty today of S**** A***** a teenager who was under the age of 16. Corson, who is now 25, was 18 at the time of the a****** in the fall of 2016. He was not drafted into the NHL. Two other hockey players, one of whom played with Corson for Drummondville, previously pleaded guilty in youth court to their roles in the a*****. One of those players testified in Corson's trial, Le Journal de Montreal reported. Corson's sentencing hearing is scheduled for May 3."

Despite not being drafted into the NHL, Noah Corson had a contract with the Utica Comets, the affiliate team of the New Jersey Devils.

His father, Shayne Corson, enjoyed a lengthy NHL career spanning over 1100 games with the Canadiens, Oilers, Blues, Maple Leafs, and Stars, amassing a total of 693 points. He also represented Canada and won several gold medals on the international stage.

Noah Corson now awaits his sentencing on May 3, and given the severity of the crime, he could be facing a substantial prison term.

Source: Houseofhockey
February 9   |   75 answers
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